"Woman must put herself into the text--as into the world and into history--by her own movement." - Helene Cixous Quote
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Inspired by the philosopher and writer Helene Cixous, which whom the photographer and artist Roni Horn has collaborated before, Index Cixous questions the nature of language in its most fundamental sense and proposes a version--one without words, but which can be read as any other.
“Who, surprised and horrified by the fantastic tumult of her drives (for she was made to believe that a well-adjusted normal woman has a … divine composure), hasn’t accused herself of being a monster? Who, feeling a funny desire stirring inside her (to sing, to write, to dare to speak, in short, to bring out something new), hasn’t thought she was sick?” — Hélène Cixous, The Laugh of the Medusa
Helene Cixous - Laugh Of The Medusa, pdf
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